I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at New York University.
I will join the Department of Economics at Uppsala University in the Fall 2024.
Research interests: Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Networks
My research focuses on the interactions between firms' dynamics and the labor market. Using employer-employee data, I look at the transmission of labor market shocks to workers. Through macroeconomic modeling I then infer implications on aggregate welfare and analysis associated policies.
In my Job Market Paper, I use French administrative data to study the links between labor market concentration, wages and transition rates. I show how large and more productive firms pay higher wages and make labor markets more concentrated at the same time.
Guido Menzio, New York University
Katarína Borovičková, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Jaroslav Borovička, New York University
My work is supported by a NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (#2242398).